This ride is best when used as a multi-lap loop.
Ride dirt road short distance, hang right on major off shoot just prior to first house on right (used to be a cable across this trail) and cross Dayton Creek. This is your trail head. DO NOT PROCEDE ON DIRT ROAD, ONLY GO RIGHT!!! Pedal under a shady canopy of oaks and on past a shallow, arched cave on left. Carefully maneuver through enormous poison oak and climb rutted trail up short incline to steep down section/creek(seasonal) crossing. Steady climb up to second crossing(water most of the year) and 20 Ft. waterfall on right. Trail splits here to form loop. Stay left on "Trials" to climb technical staircase to cave at top. This leg is great practice, so pick the most difficult lines to bone-up on handling skills. When you're at the top there will be some large boulders off to the right. On their other side an overhang creates a "cave" with cool shade and views. You might picture Chumach Indians resting there some time back. There are a few connectors to "Lower Trail" as seen from the cave. All are past and to the right of the boulders. Coast down "Lower" over a short, rocky area, past a blue Datsun pick-up, and off a couple of drop-ins back to the second water crossing. That's the loop! Just fallow the main trail back out to just before the dirt road and climb a narrow trail to the left to check out the BMX jumps. This is a fun multi-lap ride.
How to get there:
Take Roscoe Blvd. WEST until it terminates at Valley Cir. Blvd. Go through signal (stop first if it's red!!!) to Quiet Hills Ct. (Roscoe becomes Quiet Hills WEST of Valley Cir.) and park here on this quiet, hilly street... ur... court. Access trails from the well maintained dirt road just NORTH of where you parked your dinosaur incinerator. This area is commonly referred to as "The Horse Trails"